CCH adds internal audit, fraud/forensic libraries to Accounting Research Manager
CCH, a provider of tax, accounting, and audit information, software, and services, has added an internal audit library and a fraud and forensic accounting library to its Accounting Research Manager.
The Internal Audit Library provides expert guidance and critical risk management tools so users can confidently assess risk during any internal audit. It enables them to conduct efficient and effective audits and meet the challenges of compliance, according to the company. The Fraud and Forensic Accounting Library is designed to detect and prevent fraud, and assess risk by providing comprehensive forensic accounting and fraud detection guidance.
"As with all our libraries, we've brought together authoritative materials from top-flight sources such as the AICPA, IIA, COSO, John Wiley and Sons, AuditNet, and CCH publications to provide a one-stop resource for a significant accounting discipline," said Rachel Mavrak, CCH product manager.
"Internal auditing and forensic accounting are of great interest in today's business environment, and we're thrilled to make these definitive resources available to our subscribers," Mavrak said.
CCH is a Wolters Kluwer business. It has served tax, accounting, and business professionals since 1913. Among its products are The ProSystem fx Suite, CorpSystem, CCH IntelliConnect, Accounting Research Manager, and the U.S. Master Tax Guide. CCH is based in Riverwoods, Illinois.
Wolters Kluwer is a global information services company. Wolters Kluwer has 2009 annual revenues of €3.4 billion ($4.8 billion/£3.0 billion), employs approximately 19,300 people worldwide, and maintains operations in over 40 countries across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. Wolters Kluwer is headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn, the Netherlands. Its shares are quoted on Euronext Amsterdam (WKL) and are included in the AEX and Euronext 100 indices.
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